Ferries to Lithuania

Map and flag of Lithuania

Travel by ferry to Lithuania! Travelling to Lithuania couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Lithuania holiday rested and without stress.

Those wishing to travel to Lithuania from Germany can look forward to a direct connection from Kiel to Klaipeda. A crossing to Klaipeda is also possible from Karlshamn in Sweden.

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All ferries to Lithuania

Here you find all current ferry connections to Lithuania.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Rostock – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 1 time a week
24 hours 20 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Karlshamn – Klaipeda Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Kiel – Klaipeda Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 7 times a week
20 hour(s)
DFDS Seaways
Travemünde – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Germany to Lithuania 6 times a week
26 hours 40 minutes
TT-Line
Trelleborg – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 1 time a week
16 hours 30 minutes
TT-Line

All ferries from Lithuania

Here you find all current ferry connections from Lithuania.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Klaipeda – Kiel Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 7 times a week
20 hour(s)
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Klaipeda – Karlshamn Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Klaipeda – Rostock Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 1 time a week
24 hours 20 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Klaipeda – Travemünde Ferry from Lithuania to Germany 1 time a week
25 hours 35 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Klaipeda – Trelleborg Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 1 time a week
17 hours 15 minutes
TT-Line

Ferry ports in Lithuania

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Lithuania here.

Ports
Klaipeda

Travel guide Lithuania

Holiday in Lithuania

Lithuania offers its visitors endless forests, untouched nature and stretches of coast where amber can be found. Lithuania’s cities, on the other hand, offer art, culture and much in the way of architectural beauty.


TOP excursion destinations in Lithuania

Lithuania’s capital Vilnius delights its visitors with a picturesque old town. Winding alleys, historic buildings and over 50 churches are waiting to be discovered. Grand Ducal Castle, Gate of Dawn and Gediminas Tower are worthwhile destinations.

The Cathedral of St. Stanislaus has a special feature. For here the nave and the bell tower were built separately. In between, visitors will find the “miracle stone”, which is able to fulfil wishes.

The seaside resort of Palanga was once a place of recreation for the Russian nobility. Today the spa offers its guests lively entertainment. Be it a stroll along the promenade or a visit to the many cafés, nightclubs and casinos.

An unforgettable sight is the island castle of Trakai. Its unique location, red bricks, towers and walls make it one of the most popular sights in Lithuania. Especially in the afternoon, when the sun bathes the grounds in a picturesque light….

One of the most famous landmarks in the country is the Hill of Crosses. The pilgrimage site with its countless crosses stands for the deep religiousness of the Lithuanian people and has always been considered a symbol of national resistance.

On the Curonian Spit, picturesque fishing villages, lonely sandy beaches, high dunes and extensive pine forests determine the picture. No car disturbs the peace here. On the other hand, Hexenberg, Bernsteinbucht and Thomas Mann Haus promise varied holidays.

The Dzukija National Park is the largest in Lithuania. 90 percent of its area is forested. The strictly protected Čepkeliai marsh is the largest contiguous marsh in the country. In the park eagles, wolves and elks find ideal living conditions.

In the Aukstaitija National Park visitors experience almost untouched primeval forest. The tree population of oaks and pines here is 200 years old. Large heath areas, meadows and lakes provide a protected habitat for wolves, lynx and elk.


Entry requirements

As Lithuania is located within the Schengen area, German citizens only need an identity card or passport that is valid for the entire duration of the journey when entering the country. A visa is not necessary for your trip to Lithuania.


Alternative travel options

By car, the best route is via Poland to Lithuania. The European Road 67 leads from Prague to all Baltic States. Those arriving by train or bus should plan for long travel times and transfers. Vilnius can be reached quickly and easily by plane from Germany.


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